PA/WIREPrince Charles with crew of aircraft provider at Rosyth dockyard
Charles went to Margaret Morrison in Perth in which he had been offered a trip of this workshop and viewed the processes of sporran-making.
The Duke of Rothesay, as Charles is known when in Scotland, established fact for their passion for Highland use.
He talked to boss Greg Whyte along with his staff before convening a gathering with many industry leaders, including John McLeish, seat of the Scottish Tartan Authority, to discuss the institution of a "tartan level" to safeguard Highland wear and tartan weaving in Scotland.
Charles was also presented with three various kinds of personalised sporran to commemorate his visit.The Prince of Wales ended up being shown the skill of sporran making
Sporranmaker Kimberley Neil, 19, stated: "I became actually surprised he took a pastime inside our factory but I happened to be happy he wanted to come to discover us. It was an excellent experience.
I became actually surprised he took an interest within factory
"I showed him my area of the workshop, the skins location. I revealed him secure skins of various tints.
"I thought to him that it was obviously the ladies's area whilst ended up being extremely clean and immaculate as I did not allow some of the guys in.Charles went to Margaret Morrison in Perth